Welcome to St. George’s. We are glad that you have chosen to worship with us today. Please sign our guest book and join us for refreshments and fellowship after each service.
Sunday School Classes for all Ages:
Children and youth gather in the Chapel at 9:00 am to sing and pray together before moving to their classrooms. Children age 3 through 5th grade use Godly Play, and our teens use Living the Good News.
The Rector’s Forum meets in the Parish Hall at 9:10, and is studying the Christian faith and life from an Anglican and Episcopalian point of view. This week Fr. Dale will speak about the Reformation, begun by Martin Luther in 1517, and about the method Anglicans use for making decisions in the Church: Scripture as foundation, supported by Tradition (the Church’s understanding historically), and interpreted by Reason. Everyone is welcome!
The Lambeth Bible Study, an experiential and meditative approach to scripture, meets in the Conference Room at 9:15 each Sunday.
Florence Martin Scholarships – Scholarships of $2000 are available for members of St. George’s who have a high school diploma or GED. Application and instructions are available on our website, or in the church office. Deadline for completed applications is March 1.
2015 Parish Directory – We are about to print a new Directory, so please check the list in the Narthex to confirm that we have your name(s), address, telephone number(s), and email address(es) listed correctly.
Food Pantry – Donations for the Pantry are always welcome – bring them to church on Sunday, or to the office during the week. Canned meat, fruit and vegetables, and dry goods such as cereal and pasta, are always needed. Other items often requested include dish soap, laundry detergent, and peanut butter and jelly. Thank you!
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper – Join your parish family for a pancake supper on Tuesday evening, February 17, 5:30 – 7:00 pm in the Parish Hall. There is no charge, but donations are gratefully accepted and will go to Beacon Ministries.
Ash Wednesday – The Holy Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes will be offered at 9:30 am and 7:00 pm on February 18. These are joint services with St. Mark Lutheran Church. If you wish, you may bring old palm leaves to the church by February 15, and we will burn them.
Lenten Soup Suppers – “Is the Church in Need of Reform?”
Join us for a simple supper at 6:00 pm in the Parish Hall. (No charge, but any donations will go to Beacon Ministries.) At 6:45 Fr. Dale will lead the program as we explore some of the ideas that have been put forward to reform the Church. Our evening concludes at 8:00.
- February 26: Believe the Bible/Get Hit by the Spirit! George Barna and Dennis Bennett – Evangelical and charismatic challenges.
- March 5: Obey the Pope! Pope Benedict XVI – The Roman Catholic call to obedience.
- March 12: Why Christianity Must Change or Die! John Shelby Spong and Donald Miller – Non-traditional and secularist thinking.
- March 19: Quit Being Schizophrenic Christians! Alexander Schmemann – The Eastern Orthodox Call to Worship.
- March 26: Is the Holy Spirit an Underachiever? William Abraham and William Willimon – The Holy Spirit is reforming the church.
Please sign up to bring soup or to help with set-up and clean-up.
The Violence Prevention Center is a temporary home for women and children seeking shelter from abusive situations. You can help by bringing any of the items below to the Canterbury Room between February 8 and March 1.. They need: HE Laundry detergent, Fabric softener, Bleach, Cleaning supplies, Face and body soap, Towels and Washcloths, Shampoo and Crème Rinse, Lotion, Personal Care Products, Deodorant, Baby Formula, Diapers (all sizes), Baby Wipes, Baby Shampoo, Baby Lotion, Onesies (Med–Large), Children’s t-shirts and underwear (size 1-10), and Women’s and Children’s socks.
How to receive Communion – This is Christ’s Body and Blood. Receive the consecrated wafer in your hands and raise it to your mouth to consume, or receive it directly on your tongue. (A Gluten Free host is available – let us know if you need this option.) Assist in guiding the Chalice to your lips. If for personal reasons such as illness you wish to receive by “intinction”, leave the wafer on your palm and the Chalice Bearer will pick it up, intinct and place it on your tongue. Do not intinct yourself – this prevents fingers from touching the wine. If you do not wish to receive the chalice, cross your arms over your chest.
Child Care is available for infants to age six Sundays from 9:00 – 11:45 am. The Nursery is at top of the stairs in the Sunday School Building.
Restrooms are on the lower level. The stairway is just off the entrance and an accessibility lift is located in the narthex.
|Mon, Feb 9||6:30 pm: Scouts (Parish Hall, Classrooms)|
|Tues, Feb 10||Diocesan Clergy Retreat – Office Closed|
|Wed, Feb 11|| 9:30 am – Holy Eucharist (Chapel)10:30 am – Prayer Group (Chapel)
2:00 pm – Yoga (Parish Hall)
5:30 pm – Choristers Rehearsal
7:30 pm – Choir Rehearsal
|Thurs, Feb 12|
|Fri, Feb 13|
|Sat, Feb 14|
|Sunday, Feb 15|| 8:00 am – Holy Eucharist9:00 am – Sunday School for all ages
10:30 am – Holy Eucharist